The Egyptian government reiterated on Monday that it would accept “no violation” of the “red lines” it has set for the conflict in Libya after threatening direct military intervention if the unity government moves to the cities of Sirte and Al invaded YouFra.
Egyptian Foreign Minister Samé Shukri has stressed that the country will defend its interests and national security, criticizing “ambitions of non-Arab states” and highlighting Turkey’s role in supporting the Libyan unity government.
Shukri, who met with his Saudi counterpart Faisal bin Farhan al Saud, said there is a consensus between Riyadh and Cairo on foreign interventions in the region, and particularly in Libya, the Egyptian newspaper reports. “Al Ahram”.
He emphasized that both countries have agreed to “face all problems in the Arab world, especially to restore peace and stability”. “We are all responsible for security and stability in the Arab world,” he said.